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The mission of Ibn Haldun University School of Languages is to provide world-class English education to its students by using all the technological and pedagogical opportunities of the 21st century in its English Education Program. To achieve this mission, it follows the following principles:

  • Applying the Taba-Tyler model in the construction and structuring of the English program,
  • To increase the quality of the teaching service by using Stufflebeam's CIPP Model (C-Context/Context, I-Input/Input, P-Process/Process, and P-Product/Product) in the evaluation of programs,
  • To carry out needs analysis and evaluation studies in the development of the programs, in the determination of the learning theories that will form the basis of the programs, and in the design of the programs,
  • To determine or regulate the objectives by evaluating the results of the needs analysis in determining the objectives or learning products/outputs of the programs,
  • To focus on skill-based, functional, helical, and thematic approaches in determining/arranging the content of the program and to establish a learning-content relationship,
  • To make measurements and evaluations based on product and performance in line with the program objectives,
  • It is to evaluate program development studies as a continuous and open process.

Our principles

As an English Preparatory School, our principles are:

  • To organize the curriculum and resource books in a way that is student-centered, compatible with cooperative learning, constructivist education approach, and can benefit from computer technologies,
  • Developing skills, concepts, and understanding of life through curriculum,
  • To implement programs that are flexible and consider individual differences through individualized education programs,
  • To create alternative measurement and evaluation methods (student product file or process-oriented writing) in addition to tests in measurement and evaluation,
  • To apply constructivism instead of plain teaching in teaching,
  • To target student-centered teaching instead of teacher-centered, program-centered, book-centered, and exam-centered teaching,
  • To implement programs flexibly, not rigidly,
  • To support cooperative learning instead of competitive and individual learning,
  • Taking all programs into account the needs of the computer age and encouraging students to develop their computer skills and use them creatively in any foreign language learning,
  • It covers the cultural, social, and environmental issues of any foreign language learning from the program and textbooks.